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Donald R. Rothwell

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Consider Dedicated South China Sea Commission to Settle Disputes

Author: Donald R. Rothwell The Straits Times, 28 June 2017 The following is an excerpt of the article:  “The stalemate since the July 2016 Arbitral Award suggests the time is ripe for innovative diplomatic solutions. Could a dedicated South China Sea Commission be the answer? A 15-member commission with a mandate to facilitate mediation, conciliation and … Continue reading

The Arbitration between the People’s Republic of China and the Philippines over the Dispute in the South China Sea

The Arbitration between the People’s Republic of China and the Philippines over the Dispute in the South China Sea Donald R Rothwell ANU College of Law Research Paper No. 14–48 Introduction International law has a significant role to play in the multiple disputes that exist throughout the South China Sea. The first relevant area of … Continue reading

The 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea and its relevance to maritime disputes in the South China Sea

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The 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea and its relevance to maritime disputes in the South China Sea Donald R. Rothwell Professor of International Law, College of Law, Australian National University While the Philippines [Annex VII Arbitration] application raises a number of issues with respect to…

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